The Dodgers scored SEVEN runs in the fourth inning, as they defeated the Rockies 12-5. Check out the recap here!
A new attendance record!
Dodgers set a single-season attendance record of 3,875,656.— Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) September 21, 2019
Max Muncy will be a TBD for today’s game
Roberts said Muncy dealt with some quad tightness tonight. TBD if he’ll be in lineup tomorrow.— Dodger Insider (@DodgerInsider) September 21, 2019
A record for runs scored
The Dodgers now have scored 842 runs this season, matching their LA franchise record set in 1962.— Eric Stephen (@ericstephen) September 21, 2019
The last time they scored more was 1955 in Brooklyn, with 857 runs in 154 games, the same number of games this year’s team is at now.
Around the league...
The Braves clinched their second straight NL East title
NL East champs. #CLINCHED pic.twitter.com/EWn2s0pxte— MLB (@MLB) September 21, 2019
Pete Alonso becomes the first player in the bigs to reach 50 homers this year.... He’s also a rookie
First to 50: @Pete_Alonso20. #TipOfTheCap pic.twitter.com/8XiRF5snLw— MLB (@MLB) September 21, 2019
The most impressive feat of the night however goes to this guy..
Nailed it.pic.twitter.com/HkDenR3vbu— Subscribe to Cut4 on YouTube!!!! (@Cut4) September 21, 2019